M. K. Kozlov

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Prestimulus EEG power spectra from different cortical areas in frequency band 1-60 Hz were studied at a stage of formation of the cognitive set to facial expression. Diversity of individual power spectra of baseline EEGs, especially in gamma frequency band 41-60 Hz makes averaging individual spectra impossible. The authors pioneered in finding that, in(More)
Phase-coherent characteristics of neocortex background electrical activity were studied in a wide frequency range (1-100 Hz) during interstimulus periods in the process of elaboration of motor alimentary conditioned reflexes in dogs. It was shown that the process of learning led to a considerable increase of the part of high (greater than 0.75) and(More)
Coherent-phase characteristics of cortical potentials (1-220 Hz) derived from different cortical point of both brain hemispheres of dogs were analyzed in the state of selective attention developed in the course of instrumental food conditioning. Among the compared cortical points, functional groups were found that were probably of priority for the state of(More)
The dynamics of power of short-term (0.8 s) induced responses to facial stimuli (wavelet transform in the 15-60 Hz band) were assessed in the study of the visual cognitive set under conditions of different loads on working memory in two groups of subjects. Subjects of the first group had to react only to facial stimuli (n = 29), whereas the second group(More)
The study was aimed to reveal the subbands of correlated changes in power spectral density of brain electrical activity (EA), including the low-voltage (up to 10 microV) high-frequency (HF) components (40-200 Hz) in dogs during instrumental conditioning by means of factor analysis. The values of the EA spectral density in interstimulus intervals calculated(More)
Power spectra over the frequency range 1–225 Hz in short-term (less than 1 sec) EEG reactions arising in different areas of the cerebral cortex in response to presentation of differential signals were investigated in dogs during operant feeding behavior in conditions of both adequate and erroneous responses. The energy levels of these reactions decreased(More)
The background electrical activity of the neocortex in the interstimulus periods at the stage of generalization during the development of alimentary motor conditioned reflexes (CR) in dogs was the investigational object. It was characterized by the appearance of brief (0.1–0.3 sec) trains of high frequencies (HF), significantly exceeding the adjacent(More)
The work was aimed to reveal the functional significance of separate narrow-frequency bands in the high-frequency range (40-200 Hz) of brain electrical activity of dogs in the process of lever-pressing instrumental conditioning. In order to divide this range into separate bands we applied one of the methods of multivariate statistics, factor analysis (FA)(More)
Interhemisphere cortical potential power ratios were studied in the 1–60 Hz band during the prestimulus period at the stages of formation and testing of a cognitive set to a facial expression. Different topographies in the patterns of asymmetry in subjects with different levels of set expression were demonstrated. At the formation stage, the group of(More)
The spectra of coherence (Coh) and phasic shifts (PhS) of cortical potentials were studied by correlation-spectral analysis in a wide frequency range (1--100 Hz) in dogs in a state of quiet wakefulness. Estimation was made by parameters: significant Coh (above 0.5), high Coh (above 0.75), considered PhS (not above +/- 30 degrees), small PhS (not above +/-(More)